Roots of friendship: Uzbek literature and literary criticism in German literature during 1960-1970 years
Keywords:international literary relations, literary contacts, literary research, mutual enrichment of literatures, realistic prose, religious and mystical literature, sincere sympathy
Formation and development of literary and cultural contacts, contributed to the domestic and international situation, growing interest in national literatures; acquaintance of the German reader with the life and work of outstanding Uzbek writers and poets, evidence of the sincere sympathy of German scientists, strengthening of international literary relations, assessment of international recognition; Khamza is a talented and multifaceted personality, a well-reasoned assessment of the creativity of Uzbek writers; oppression of the poorest strata of the population, literary theoretical work, fundamental work of German scientists; significant stage, unbiased presentation, horizons of coexistence and development of literatures in the world literary space.
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